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"lincolnshire" Discussed on KNSS
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China's Singles' Day sales on course for new record
"Monday marks singles day China's biggest shopping spree holiday eclipses thanksgiving Black Friday and cyber Monday in terms of sales consumer industry expert for Lincolnshire does he thinks the US should embrace singles day single stay in the US is the biggest opportunity any day during the year to recreate a retail renaissance that the U. S. had in the twentieth century and has distinctly missing so far in the twenty first century holiday began in nineteen ninety three and has since morphed into a huge festival of
Witches & Saints: Anne Askew
"The eighth are women if the day was a writer poet and Protestant martyr. Let's talk about an ask you not much is known for sure about her early life but it's believed that and ask you it was born around fifteen twenty one and grew up in Lincolnshire England her a father was from an old established family in the region an an was highly educated and intellectually adapt from early on in her life and was a devout out Protestant. The Christian Bible had just become widely available in English and an studied and memorized verses. Some sources say she studied the Public Bible at the Lincoln Cathedral and debated with local clergy an was also one of the earliest known women poets who wrote in English as a quick reminder. Protestant Christianity was growing rapidly across Europe during Ann's lifetime but it wasn't a monolithic movement by any stretch of the imagination King Henry the eighth who had been a devout Catholic split from the Catholic Church after the pope refused to annul his first marriage and started the Anglican Church despite that fact the Anglican Church remained much closer to the beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church than other reform for movements like those led by Martin Luther or John Calvin Christianity which began as a fledgling religion in the first century had grown by the thirteenth eighteenth century into an institution powerful enough to rival state governments in the decade after England's official move away from Catholocism authorities developed developed relatively orthodox criteria for what kinds of Protestant beliefs were allowed in England and condemned the beliefs of more radical reform movements back to an and married a man named Thomas kind. The two had a rocky relationship he he had actually been intended for an older sister but her older sister passed away. Thomas was Catholic so from the beginning he and an clashed over their beliefs chiefs. Perhaps that's why an continued to go by her maiden name which was quite rare at the time. Still the couple had two children together before Thomas Thomas through an out for being a Protestant seems like an was okay with having to leave. She was the first Englishwoman to demand divorce. She then moved to London met other. Protestants and became a preacher or Gospel her then in March fifteen forty five Thomas changed his mind he had an arrested and demanded she be brought back to Lincolnshire to stay and escaped and returned to her preaching in London she she was arrested and released again before in May fifteen forty six an was arrested a third time put in the Tower of London and tortured. Do you say the priests cannot make the body of Christ. I say so lord driver at the God made late man but the man can make God i never yet and after the consecration is it not the body of Christ and it tastes consecrated bread. Her beliefs have been deemed unacceptable and torturers wanted her to name name other like minded women to renounce her beliefs but anne refused she was convicted of heresy and her punishment was to be burned at the stake mm-hmm on July Sixteenth fifteen forty six and was carried to the steak on a chair. She couldn't walk through the torture. She hit endured she she and three other Protestants were set to burn that day however Protestant supporters slipped gunpowder to the condemned that went off quickly once the fire. It was let thanks to that kindness. Their deaths were much quicker and less painful and was one of just two women on record who were tortured and the Tower of London and burnt at the stake before her death and wrote an account of her beliefs and story it was published as the examinations by John Bale it. It didn't take long for the public to reevaluate and place in history by the time John Fox's acts and monuments of fifteen sixty three was published an was being proclaimed the Protestant martyr and ratings continue to be read today and are an extremely important autobiographical look at the Tudor era religious turmoil tune in tomorrow for the story of another remarkable
3 Years On, English Town Of Boston Reviews Brexit Vote
"Morning next we have a story about Boston no not the city in Massachusetts but its namesake in England that towns vote of nearly seventy six percent in favor of Britain exiting the European Union was greater than anywhere else in the UK interest Frank length it pay a visit to see if anything's changed oppression is still at least seven weeks away soon lambs been feeling the effects for the last two years lamb runs a flower farm here in the county of Lincolnshire and East metal it's about a three hour drive north of London. workers from Eastern Europe stripped
"lincolnshire" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Right. I and spreading it beyond hospital consultants in energy patches is absolutely right. We should make sure that we do that. We want to make sure that the best practice. Absolutely best practice is adopted by GP practices across the whole country. That's the benefits of all our constituents. I brian. Thank you. Mr Speaker skin cancer is on the rise in the United Kingdom. And as many members know only too. Well, it can kill the when detected very early early enough NHS is able to perform absolute miracles. Thank god. The isn't it time though, in the UK in particular that we have a major public health campaign now to persuade people to check out that body to see whether they've got any suspicious moles to take those models for the doctors to avoid the sun in the midday heat to cover that children with at least thirty and to make sure that we can save lives because if we get it, right? If people do if people are in doubt, they should check it out. And if they do we can save lives. Very important point. And he speaks on this issue from personal experience. And he's absolutely right. We need to ensure that people are aware of the dangers and aware of the signs that they need to take notice off and actually taking their doctors. Because it lives can be saved. The health sector is heard the passionate case, which the gentleman has made in relation to public health information on this. And I'm sure my right honourable friend. We'll be happy to meet him to discuss this further makers. Thank you, Mr Speaker. The American ambassador is enjoying his visit here today as much as he enjoyed these visits and all these legion show Friday. When I was able to join. When I was young seafoods in Grimsby when we enjoyed some of the finest seafood. Supreme with me. That increases the opportunities of further trading pitcher build on the already trading relationship. We have with the United. Pilot was satisfied say we'll be hearing about it wasn't the prime minister. Thank you. Thank you. Mr Speaker, can I show my honorable friend having recently visited north east Lincolnshire that we all enjoy all visits to north east Lincolnshire and seeing to seeing the many opportunities that they're all there across the economy that of course, he's talked about seafood and fishing opportunities. But he's absolutely right leaving the European Union and making sure as we do. So we have the ability to have our own independent trade policy means that we will be able to have those free trade agreements around the world, including with the United States in the United States has as we've heard on many occasions. We are both keen on both sides of the to be able to perceive that that free trade agreement. Thank you, Mr Speaker. One of the many is associated with this. Brexit, payoffs is a huge distraction. It is from other key priorities like the climate catastrophe. Just this week. We learned the global climate emissions of hit their highest ever level. And in how answer to the gentleman opposite. She only gave half the story..
Inside the most pro-Brexit city in the U.K.
"Has been a thousand and seven days since the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union thousand seven days of political paralysis and economic who knows what we're going to stipulate right upfront here that the politics of Brexit, the politics of the United Kingdom and the European Union are not our story. So you are not gonna find him on this program this week, but those political decisions have real. Meaning when the economy is on the line, which is how this past Saturday morning. We found ourselves up in Boston England. The most pro Brexit city in this country, three hours by train from London give or take walking around talking to people, including our friend Hamish. So you're what do you do for a living? Tell me Thomas stonemason stone house business you I mean, you're working on building. Now, come on thing here. Busy. But was it c. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Busy. So why did you want to remain? A thank you for the economy. If you not bothered by the politics economy, we don't make any more in Britain. We used to in the sixties. I think it'd be better for everybody in general keep things stable held are you on twenty three? You're young guy. Yeah. What about all your buds on your mates that you drink beer with on a Friday afternoon? What do they say? They're they're they're all that. Are they all Brexit tears? Yeah. How come? You have to ask them. Well, I tried. They're just yelling at me too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What sue? But. But break Brexit is going to happen, right? Eventually it will have to. And then what's it going to be like in here? Nope. Nope. The dust. Nobody knows today. So. Could be good could be bad. But it's going to happen. There's no stopping it. Now are you from Boston originally? Were you came here from work? Yeah. How long ago? While being on business this job six months as so if I come back in a year, he and Brexit has happened. What do you think it's going to be like? Here. I don't think it will change very much in Boston. But I think in London Manchester Liverpool arts, you think things will of slowed down more than the already have done due to a steroid things. That's the other part of this, right? As government austerity. I'm just gonna wait for these bars. So what do you think when you when you walk around, and you see all these shops? What do you think? Thought everything kennison love it because it's been in Lincolnshire. Remember? Yeah. Yeah. But it's based do to it being. Well, just just as cheap to go on holiday to Spain to as to have a holiday in England these days, so for now, Brexit Brexit hands right in Spanish. Yeah. I'm what are your options? Right. I mean, you're are you an apprentice, you're you're trained or your Johnny on fought fully qualified stonemason your mobile, you could pick up your chisel as it were and go anywhere. Yeah. Could they could say if it got to that stage could go anywhere in the world. No, he's doing well. He's doing well. And look what what what whatever it is. I'll make it up. All right. Yeah. What? Oh, man. What's that permitted? We got five minutes. Go.
"lincolnshire" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"But you know, very few actors have the experience that talent and the technique via. And when you have that you're monster. And you feel like yours is all tight. I just look what's the thing about fifty thousand hours for right? I'm way over that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm way thousand is a fifty now I think it might be fifty. So what's the plan, man? So are you gonna are you gonna shoot the one man show? So I haven't that people have talked about it. I haven't decided yet. I mean, you know, maybe there'll be a residency in Vegas, which would be really fun. On just fly out there just flouting do it. I love doing it. I mean, it hotel you doing it. I I'm doing Planet Hollywood. And then I'm doing I think I'm going to do Caesar's after that. So like residency would be what three nights a week, right? I don't know. I figure it out. Right. What we've Friday Friday and shows Friday to search Saturday for you know, and then I have a new limited series called wild Bill that that I shot for ITV that'll be probably on Hulu or or net. Flex a western. It's is not a western I play in American law enforcement analytics specialists who takes the job nobody wants to run the Boston Lincolnshire police department. Boston Lincolnshire is in the middle of England, the home of Brexit, and I'm British on America's I fish out of water crime drama, and it's awesome. I just finished doing it. And you had fun doing that. It's yeah. And it came out great. And what about movies any movies? Let's see what's happening with me. I have a movie on net. Flicks holiday movie coming out next Christmas, which is really fun shot entirely in Africa. It's really romantic, and I am negotiating. And likely to do a movie with the director who did Rudy and hoosiers to my favorite sports movies, hoosiers, gray freight, and it's the story of Carroll rosenbloom. The who is one of the original owners of the NFL. And it's basically the story about the creation of the NFL as told through his eyes who's and that's you. It'd be kill Rosenblum. Yeah. And then, of course, mental memory, and then as you call it, the aren't would you GD you, call the arm show arm show with giant arm had giant did. It's it's addicting. Sure. People like, they don't they don't wanna be if you're just challenged in them with questions and there's an amusement park ride. It's great. I mean, that's what I want. It's all anybody wants Raleigh. Thanks for talking. Man. Those great pretty good. That was Rob Lowe the show is mental samurai on FOX Tuesday nights on FOX also this March, Christopher Maloney and patent Oswald are back in Saifi seriously twisted series, happy Maloney stars as a whole degenerate Nick sex who with the help from happy an imaginary flying horse thing he voiced by patent is trying to turn his life around that is until eight.
"lincolnshire" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"The old school square. University is certified to operate by chef walk on your Monday evening. Thank you for joining us. My Name's Valentine. This is an chill and we're here until midnight but I am not alone in the siren studio this evening. I've got two wonderful guests <music>. I'm going to introduce you to the first of them now. Her name is Emma Jade. How're you doing great thank you? How are you under in Grit? Thank you and you are here tonight for people who don't know about Emma Jade Euro country music singer how you perform all across the U._k.. You've got a few gigs coming up in Lincolnshire very important one coming up on the twenty third of March but we'll talk about that more as the show goes on and you're going to be performing live in the studio I tonight. I am indeed I am so how'd you find it when you because you'll from doncaster how'd you find crossing the border over here to Lincolnshire. I mean it's fun. It's played here on Friday night. was that in Lincolnshire. I'm not very good at geographer and it was fun and yeah it's just like being home so good and it's currently only eight minutes past ten. You have mentioned that this is normally the time where you settling down for bed. Oh no I'm usually asleep well. We will talk more about Ah the GIG that you've got coming up very very soon but I think he's time that we listened to your first song of the evening. Give the listeners a taste of what Emma jade is all about so the first song is called. Only you the story behind it. Yes so this one <hes> back in Nashville in I think it was I was at the end of October the beginner November and and I guess it was just one of those songs why is very tough <hes> being on the road all the time and like relationships a tough when you're on the road especially when you're vianney age and I think just been hearing more and more <hes> a lot of relationships and my friends of breaking up out because because they were on the road all the time so I guess this came from so yeah let's take a listen Emma jade with only you live on Siren Radio <hes>.
"lincolnshire" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I help you? Our garage door button on the wall like the doorbell button has broken. And we're wondering if we can replace it with a regular doorbell or do we have to worry about voltage with that? Doing the how do we know the button is broken? It doesn't work. It collapsed. Fell apart. Like a broken. Yeah. And does the button have it. It's not like a button that has a lock feature light feature. It's just a button. Oh, my light up in the garage when it's dark, but in other words, some of the garage door buttons are a little bit more the buttons themselves are a little larger and there's other to a doorbell pushes the door out. The now news the doorbell. It's all it's all low voltage. And you're you're fine. Because we are looking at the doorbells in there. I'll CD's don't exceed both in it doesn't say you could use it for grudge doors. It's local it's low voltage. So you'll be fine. Okay. Great. You got it. Appreciate I have a good day. Be stay warm is we're getting out of this. Freezing cold temperatures. Let's talk to Craig who's in Lincolnshire, cried, you're on WGN. Good morning. Good morning low. I live in Lincolnshire, and I'm in a house. That's a ranch house about one hundred foot long. I've been in for about fourteen years. We anticipate being in there at least for another five maybe seven years because of her parents being up there in age anyways. We have to crawl spaces on each end of the house one that's proximal Twenty-one by seventeen and the other one's twenty seven by seventeen. Now is I installed that insulation. To know if it's worth the investments were pulled that out and install the have this spr this closed cell spray on my three inches of spray foam put in to. But the house we did this. So quite years ago about eight ten years ago when the state was offering on the federal government was offering rebates so else so plates done. Matt. Thoughts on that. Well, let me ask you this. The what are the issues that you're having another words is the floor cold. Yeah. We have hardwood flooring in the TV room. That's next to the garage and as a pantry and hardwood floors and a half baths bathroom. I guess we want to call it that in the kitchen and closer to the exterior of the walls is where it's colder. I know in the master bedroom. Which is on the west side of the house carpeted floor there to the near the close exterior the wall is cold his cooler than everywhere else. And it's about sifted. This is about fifty sixty foot run from. To the master bedroom from where it is centrally located in the basement, and I know that the master bedroom was approximately four or five degrees cooler than the rest of the house based on where the thermostat sounds like if it's at sixty eight sixty nine the master bedroom's going to be about sixty three or sixty four degrees. And does the the trunk line that feeds the master bedroom? Does that run through that crawlspace as well? Yes. It does. And I installed Batt insulation. I put ward Joyce, Donald come Joyce. But framed around it to put eight inch Batt insulation around the to try to insulate it about. Okay, rectangular. Right. Okay. So you did insulate that trunk line? Yes. Okay. The here's the issue spray foam insulation will certainly give you more density and will help to. Keep more of the cold air from the crawlspace to permeate up into the living space of your home. But it isn't gonna Desa -sarily warm everything up in the sense that I don't want you to have this misconception. Like, oh, this is going to solve all my problems. It will be better. But it won't be great. And so you have to kind of look at that and say how much money am I gonna spend to have this done because it's an expensive proposition. And what is the what is the net benefit of it? If your bedroom if the ultimate issue is that the master bedroom is colder than the rest of the house, and that's really where you need the help. Then maybe you're better off investing some money there in some supplemental heating system to offset that as opposed to adding different insulation. And I think that you'll get more bang for your buck. Look if you did that insulation those cross basis. You could easily spend three to five thousand dollars to have that work done. No question. For three grand. You could do a a split system and have a supplemental heating system put in that bedroom, and you could control it perfectly, and you could have your own thermostat and you'd be done. So I would contact my age. Whoever you're for H back and say, hey, talk to me about one of these split systems. And and and what would that cost me to install it to have my own separate thermostat for the bedroom to really make that heat source better. And then long term when you go to sell the house, and they'll be like what's that? And you're like that's a game changer for your master bedroom that way you have complete control because of a lay out of the house. And I think that you'll be that's money better spent than the install the installation appreciate the phone. Call. It's seven thirty two in the morning. It's time now for WGN radio news sponsored by team hochburg into the newsroom, here's down. Clemson. Thank you, Luke. Good morning. The Cook County medical examiner says this week's Arctic temps resulted in the deaths of three Chicago residents bringing the number and Cook County to at least twenty three since the start of this winter, Illinois hospitals reported more than two hundred twenty cases of frostbite and hypothermia since Tuesday. The south shoreline says it will not operate trains today. Because the metro says it needs time to fix the damage caused by a freight train derailment and the impacts from the extremely cold weather. This marks the fourth straight day of suspended service on the line between Chicago and south bend. And Wisconsin governor Tony Evers says Foxconn technology group needs to do a better job communicating its plans for a southeastern Wisconsin plant. The company initially said it planned to build a massive plan to produce flat screen panels backed off this week. And then yesterday reaffirmed plans for manufacturing facility. Sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Nine hundred.
The Scene at Sundance Film Festival 2019
"One of Utah's most famous events the Sundance film festival kicked off yesterday. James Nelson rights runs broadcast based in Salt Lake City joins me now to tell us more of this year's edition of this event, one of the largest and most famous independent film festivals in the world. Welcome to the program. So James, could you I still about the selection of films in offer this year will thank you Marcus great to be with you across the ocean. There I'll tell you what fourteen thousand two hundred and fifty nine films were submitted. That's an all time record. And it shows you how much Sundance is growing over the many years decades related it's been in existence, but the number of films that finally make it to the screen for the people to come and see and for the Hollywood folks to take a. A close look at is only one hundred sixteen. So the odds are not good that you'll make it into Sundance. But Marcus if you do oh my goodness. Sundance is a heck of a trampoline or springboard to get out there in the world and make some noise exactly what I'm wondering. I'm wondering what the films that are making noise this year. What's going to be the biggest to discussion topics? What feels like going to be creating most of us. Well, you know, one that has ties to Utah believe it or not is a story about a serial killer Ted Bundy from decades ago that film, you know, has got a lot of people talking. And by the way, a little side note on the movie, it's called extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. That's the story about Ted Bundy a side note is one of the Metallica performers is got a cameo appearance. He plays a Utah highway patrolman, but that story has got a lot of early hype and buzz because it was such a horrific event. And yet that story still haunts Utah, Colorado and Florida Florida being where Ted Bundy was finally executed in the electric chair electric chair some years ago, Marcus this you'll feel them recommendations, by the way. I'll tell you. What sonia? The white swan would be a recommendation that I would make this. This is a true life story directed by an so it sqi it chronicles Sonja Henie one of the world's greatest athletes. She won three gold medals ten world championships. And she was by the way, the inventor of figure skating as we know the beautiful sport today. She goes to Hollywood, this is sort of the film that script becomes very rich. She becomes even more famous. But then like a skater slipping on ice, she falls in that movie has a cold is the ending. However, it might be Sonia's. The white swan it might be her best performance. So that's a mystery another one I wanna tell you about. Very the last tree is a film about a British boy of Nigerian heritage raised in Lincolnshire. I don't know if I pronounced that correctly markets, particularly thank you. He's got a lovely life. In a pretty darn good neighborhood with foster parents things are going along quite well. But then the real mom shows up, and she grabs it takes her home to a flat much different neighborhood much different field for this youngster in with all of those big differences. The boys lost he struggles and distances himself from both mothers, just so he can go out into the world and try and find
"lincolnshire" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"That's the scariest laugh. Any person has ever had ever. Terrify wanna see him and and Jason win, interact with each other. Just be scanning each others faces like in Terminator Terminator friend or foe. There also has never been a less convincing. How do you describe yourself? I'm fun guy. That's like when remember when when everyone said the Jeb Bush was actually really funny behind you just had to get out? No, I don't. I think so. Yeah. I don't think you could say your fun guy and be like, well, you just got a really. You really got to spend your whole life with them and then you don't really see. Their humor wasn't answer like I'm a fun guy, but you need to ask me different questions to get me to describe how fun the robot is not computing. This question, you should just answer questions in zeros and once. Yeah, that'd be great. Just throw it out there head PF t- well, you got you got something else. I don't want to Toews gonna say seeing LeBron Lincolnshire was discussing. I actually think it wasn't. I think, seeing his teammates. He's just disgusting seeing Michael Beasley, jovial Rondo inland Stevenson. All. Lineup, they took a picture just the four of them. What was that a little the Braun? He gave them like a name for that squad. It was like the fun points b, u M'S, I think all them the bums. But it said for like something stupid, like believably unbelievable men. It was something like very Robert Griffin, very LeBron Robert Griffin, one of the guys Harrison Fagin that covers the Lakers called the suicide squad. No, that wasn't it because they want they want. They gonna wanna make LeBron commit suicide like a really shitty and nobody's going to go watch them because they're gonna be box office poison in LA. Okay. PFC you. All right. My first hot seat is fields just fields in general. So we saw Cleveland, Washington and Tampa Bay. All three of those fields were terrible, awful. Garbage got tip obey somehow overtook DC is having the worst field football. There was a torrential downpour like insane thunderstorm right before the game. Yeah, but doesn't give them a little bit. Doesn't rain help grass grow. Yes, mate. They also have another team play there, which is so stupid that the, it's insane, hey, don't touch our quarterbacks. We're, we're really, we're really into player safety, but let's also have a high school in a college play on this field and. Rip it up before the Sunday. Yeah, they were really, really bad. So I guess FedEx is pretty bad on on Sunday to up and Rajon. These showed pictures of the field and it looked like somebody tank back and forth. What? What are these tank tracks here? My other hot seat is my amplifier. My, oh, wow, real relating my app during the show during the punk show on Thursday. It just turned off in the middle of a song, hey, we're about thirty seconds, hate it. When I'm so thousand people. Than that is more than that shut up. But nobody seemed notice because we're having such a great time and I was rocking pretty hard when it was on. So they kind of gave me the benefit of the doubt. But the reason I'm bringing it up is because I don't know if anybody out there works at an amplifier. We'd see you just did a hot seat just for free plug. Yeah, just to try to get an I o Marshall. If you're out there vox if you're out there orange, especially if you're out there sitting at my way, what the beak a little bit. Okay, a pair headphone. So there's the same company. My book. Wants to send different, totally different. I have bad amplifier sin when my way my cool thrown is field goals. So we had we had a big dumb fueled goal week this week, Dirk cutter kicked shitty one in the first half, it's the the Dan Quinn? Yeah. The Dan Quinn week in back time, he kicked shitty won. The chargers kicked shitty field goals against Sean McVay. Like you saw him on the sidelines. He was just like laughing. Yeah. Why are you doing there were down what was it? They were down sixteen maybe no, no, seventeen. I think, no, I can't remember what they were down there down a lot with like five minutes left, I think don't sixteen. Yeah..
"lincolnshire" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Music. The buffalo grove Lincolnshire chamber of commerce was trying to shut down a website claiming to represent the organization the phony sideshows the logo of the former buffalo grove area chamber of commerce next to a photo of President Trump and the words support Donald Trump immigrants out chamber executive director. Roger Sosa tells the daily herald the fake website is a huge concern. He says the purported owners of a web address of offered to sell it to the chamber for five thousand dollars, which the chamber won't pay. So since said a chamber attorney issued a cease and desist letter and loot chamber will continue pursuing legal avenues to shut down the site. Bob Conway, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Village of Schaumburg is looking for ways to keep rented and safe from drones officials are discussing how they can protect people from physical injury reports. The daily herald drones were previously not allowed to be used during special events on village owned property, but now because governor round. Owner has instituted a new law municipalities with less than one million. Residents are prohibited from regulating drones a vote by the board on a recommendation by the transportation committee is planned for Tuesday. Mariam's job NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM NAR suburban lake forest says he's not running for a second term fake news. Sun reports seventy year old rob Lansing says responsibilities in his personal life and business interests are behind that decision by day forecast. Next to WBZ news time, seven thirty nine thirteen. Remember when a Cup of coffee at home puts you back about a nickel that was a long time ago. Sure. But at hills brothers coffee, we still believe that a great Cup of coffee shouldn't cost an arm and a leg it shouldn't take six words to describe ten minutes to make or acquire amount of whip cream..
"lincolnshire" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Your gas Somebody that, bad. Needs cold throw another blanket on him there I also, made a lot of money by, endorsement deals and reading commercials, like this one from Perrier. Deep Claims of southern. France and a mysterious process begun millions of years ago nature to the, icy waters of a single spring Sparkle is more delicate than any For more quenching refreshing Center Orson could cut a commercial like that in one take and make several hundred to several thousand dollars for recording each. One but there was one time in particular that things weren't so easy even for an old radio. Pro like Orson. Welles a couple of voiceover directors decided to challenge him while recording an ad for frozen foods in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy we know a remote farm in Lincolnshire where MRs Buckley lives every July peas grow. There you really mean that I'm here at expelled Secondly we know a remote farm in Lincolnshire Buckley leaves every July peas. Grow there we ought even in the field We're talking about. Him growing and she's picked him I don't understand you then one must be over for July when, we get out of this when I was. Out we were onto a, canopies big dish apiece when I said in July The asked always I'm always be passed that yeah now just imagine trying to be the guy, trying to direct a cranky Orson Welles for. Commercial about frozen snow peas In in July why that doesn't make any sense Sorry There's no known way of saying an English in which you a sentence within an emphasize. It You'll forgive. Me Stupid, in July left and I, emphasize in July imagine being the great Orson Welles taking direction from an audio tech years after. Directing citizen Kane we know a little place in the American far west where Charlie Briggs chops up the finest, beef and tastes You you want one more you're on You missed the best be claiming Very. Fair but you can't emphasize beef that's like he's wanting. Me to. Emphasize in before July come on, so as you're losing your head I wouldn't direct any living actor like this and Shakespeare around the same time that Orson Welles went to Hollywood to write produce direct and star in citizen Kane. At the age of twenty five he was invited to a dinner party and asked to deliver a speech in front of the who's who this is a story. About a story within a story I'd been introduced. As a great after dinner speaker I don't. Know quite why because, I'm not but I had been this is a great Hollywood dinner every. Starred ever seen in. My life I was tremendously impressed They all were and, a lot of other grand people besides Russia's.
Israel to partially reopen Gaza's only commercial crossing
"That she's taking. Personal challenge of the Brexit negotiations, with the new Brexit sector dominant rob deputising for the paper says the prime minister seized control of the talks in an effort to end the rivalries at of undermined to exit strategy it adds that. Her move draws a line under an acrimonious. Turf war heart government which Neten resignation of, David Davis this month the independent website launches, a campaign for voters, to have a final. Say on the Brexit deal it secured the backing of the former attorney general, Dominic grieve Tori remain. Who writes that a referendum offers, a clear democratic root for resolving the uncertainty however the website says the may not be enough support in parliament for the vote. And Theresa May or any other plausible Tory leader. Is most unlikely to go for it expresses trouble by the, news the home of the red arrows are Skelton in Lincolnshire is going to be sold by the ministry of defence as. Part of Budget cops the paper reminds readers at the base, was also, the headquarters the dam busters mission during the second World War and. Ask how can defense chief acts this proud part of the nation's history is front page headline betrayal of our RIF. Heroes sign Lee there's plenty of, coverage, of the continuing heat-wave across the UK providing the lead for a number of papers the star says burglars taking advantage. Of open windows hospital a-a-any departments of rammed with victims of sunburn and, insect bites, and an army of rap said gorging on. Rushing rubbish left out in soaring temperatures according to the sun high, street shops across the country. Is struggling to keep up with demand for fans the times, reports at, the heatwave is proving to fearsome even for the India cricket team who've decided. To, cut their four day match against Essex to three days the males main headline is person in meltdown the time thirty minutes to set a main news this morning emergency workers in Greece is searching. For survivors and burned out homes and causes the country begins three days of national mourning for dozens of people killed in devastating Wildfire is now Israel has partially reopened the Keren Shalom crossing point into the. Gaza Strip allowing fuel to enter the territory for the first time in two weeks the crossing was closed. Earlier this month after incendiary kites were flown across the, border setting fire to agriculture land inside Israel the UN says the lack of fuel is affected Gaza's only. Power plant and hospitals where hundreds of Palestinians. Are still being treated after being shot by Radi soldiers during, the protests of recent weeks but as diplomatic correspondent Paul Adams reports health workers. Wired about something much more long-term the deteriorating mental condition of nearly two million Gazans.
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"The evening partly cloudy warm and humid a lowest seventy five and then tomorrow times of clouds and sun hot and humid with a shower or thunderstorm in spots especially from the city on north and a high of eighty six eighty nine right now at o'hare eighty nine at midway eightysix at the lakefront on wall street right now the dow is up eighty nine points the p five hundred up to it's one fifty cbs news special report democratic national committee chair tom perez is lashing out upon word of indictments against twelve russian intelligence officers for meddling in the two thousand sixteen election not the president trump called the probe a witch we have cold hard proof that he's absolutely wrong this is not a witch hunt this is not a joke this is an attack on our democracy perez and other democrats are calling on the president to cancel an upcoming summit with russian president vladimir putin in the wake of the new charges deputy attorney general rod rosenstein the defendants accidents email accounts volunteers and employees of a us presidential campaign including the campaign chairman starting in march of two thousand sixteen cbs's paula reed we learned that there were two units one that worked to steal information to hack into databases hack into emails they're spearfishing and other means to attain information that they would then use to disseminate through two entities that they created one dc leaks the other gustav for two point oh cbs news special report and allison key wbz news time one fifty one lincolnshire village trustees have joined the growing number of lake county officials who have some concerns about the proposed faulk can't of foxconn plant in southern wisconsin the lincolnshire review says village trustees early this week approved a nonbinding resolution that asks the state of wisconsin to reconsider previous actions that waved environmental studies and regulations related to the plant lincolnshire officials say the proposed site will occupy wetlands that feed into a tributary of the displays river and that could lead to flooding in towns south of the plant it'll be an early start for bars across chicago ahead of sunday mornings world cup final but there is a catch the bars say they'll open at nine am but because of state law and the fact that it's a sunday no alcohol can be served before eleven am reports the tribune that's not deterring area bars from opening up anyway some locations are planning to get folks in extra early the paper reports some pubs plan to start serving brunch at eight thirty am the showdown between croatia and france starts at ten am.
Police: Campus officer killed in stabbing, suspect fatally shot
"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire president trump tells reporters on air force one he plans to announce his nominee to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy on july night he was asked if he's going to ask those candidates if he's going to interview he he will interview about roe v wade sake rate intellectual talent really general lincolnshire i'm not gonna ask them that question by the way but it is a group of very highly talented for mostly conservative judges trump says two women are in the mix of at least five if not seven potential nominees no bail for jared raimondo san in maryland and the thirty eight year old is on a suicide watch after meeting charged with five counts of first degree murder in the shooting deaths of five people at the capital gazette newspaper the ap's brian woody reports that the prosecutor outlined the evidence it's already been gathered the state's attorney here said that ramos made a barricade in one of the only doors in the facility at the newspaper so that people could not escape and ran one man actually tried to go out this back toward that was barricaded he was shot hundreds of people gathered for a candlelight march for the five killed in the attack those killed include rob hyacinth the papers assistant managing editor and brother of novelist carl hiaasen also slain we're editorial page editor gerald fishman special projects editor wendy winters reported john mcnamara and sales assistant rebecca smith police say a parking officer at a southern california college is dead the suspect was fatally shot by police pomona police chief says the parking officer was killed today at cal poly pomona no word on what led to the shooting on the campus of more than twenty five thousand undergraduate and graduate students us angeles county sheriff's homicide detectives will investigate this is ap radio news.
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"What a lovely days here in lincolnshire water sunny day perfect for a picnic gemstone which can say a soup that's what he's all about dan this talk about the weather did a bit of whether this gene filling guy without sandwich we are still coming under the red flag conditions are cool out next will be the actually the mini gp seventy so let's briefly talk about the championship well it's a bit of a brief on i suppose gorman seven seven victory sofa much race number looking to make eight nine today in the gp seventies is here because i spoke to today parents yesterday and he said they said they on a school trip and he will be back degreed he's very very nervous we have interesting to see if he can make short work we will we had an update from there his parents this morning here's back on a school trip the went to london probably the pizza express which is for but they had a had a date but this here today is a little bit nervous about starting at the back of the grid so a learn of consecutive second places fortunately finished with that race yesterday but could still get to second paces they it's very competitive championship the mini gp seventies but with callum beach in third place in the championship keta gorman with one hundred and fifty points coming into the meeting one hundred and twenty just thirty points behind was emma belford callum beach seventy six points behind with seventy four points one point behind cowan beach stove in full place is sean able with just nine points separating sean able bailey sherwin campbell seven points between two kumble and fence smarts three between friends small almost brandon eight between holly harris we'll see bottom as well so very close throughout the order when he looked at the racing in the mini dp seventies always provide some billion racing tussle.
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"And as we get ready for a race style evian getting a hand on the great i love them warm sunny tasha's in lincolnshire and a big thanks as added to the mall shows and everyone else who helps to the cooperation series of outset we couldn't do the guys help getting some great help as ever we have about to get on the way the flag will be pulled up in just a moment everyone else the grids getting ready he can feel the tension in the i was these guys goes get ready for a great race starts tool it's turned number one the start line very close to the first hand the green flight will go up buddy for rice thought that it drops very quickly in case going off the front of the great on the inside line takes good stop but a minute brinson uses the outside lines much better affects a great run three turn metairie and shows that at least three the first portion of this hey we'll have the latest case go into enough to try and get it to tomo i but couldn't quite find the grip to keep it that not only that but bailey's joan campbell is roy on the hails at the moment ferry close for place already three times for five and six left voids left the happens once again case goldman to fill a slot easier stop but beatty strict campbell is gonna give it everything up to all the second last tournament seven for the first time out of ten three the final kona while emmanuel brinson great starts.
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"A l i so maybe because heard the story that broke yesterday where there's a gentleman has said that he turned gay because of his medication his painkiller scott purdy twenty three years old said then he was a quote cart blooded heterosexual and enjoy dating women before he broke his foot in a go karting accident what he broke his foot they prescribed in prager balan or what we use as brand name lyrica now i believe he's currently unemployed he said that he quickly lost his sexual attraction to women broke up with his girlfriend of six months when he was prescribed the drug earlier this year now he lives in lincolnshire which i believe is north of london i have to look that up real quickly here but he was six drive which can what what what drugs that does happen they you know you can lose your sex drive but to change sexual preference is something that i've never heard of he said he developed it attracted to men and then actually turned gay he said i noticed my lavina for women was gone and i was wanting male attention i was with a girlfriend i had been with for six months i had never been interested in men when i was younger is a little bit curious but a couple of weeks after i started taking it i turned around and said it in fighter physically attractive anymore she knew i was taking lyric i said to her i don't really know what's happening to me and i told her i like men and i just can't be with you she was understanding and is understand as you could possibly be that's happened to me many times where i've been dating somebody and they say look i just i i'm not attracted to you and i'm like oh no why what is it what do you know what i do no no no no no no i like men and i always feel so much better i feel so much better you know and so i thought they were just lying to me but no i really think there's you know i think a lot of us women are attracted to men who are gay because they just i don't know i think they just get us.
"lincolnshire" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The snow and they just continue to snow in the region but at the moment we are still responding well to those conditions expected we're expecting and we're still going to get frequent showers and a snow and also an increase in speed and so throughout the day we will have on critism plows out on the network continually increase of resources so that we can respond to any incidents and we've also got a recovery on standby to assist them with traction from you perspective better for the roads to be used in so the grit to be turned around at central better for them not to be used because we've had reports for instance from lincoln shanna that does not observe your error the from lincolnshire where some roads where where people aren't going of of just being completely closed because of drifting snow what what from from the your perspective what's better it is difficult political fully effective for the roads and obviously do need the traffic tabet dining to get the roads surface temperature increased and i mean we are advising people to a new travel is up salute the necessary and an and if they do to drive to the conditions and the but yeah at the moment you know we've got to lens out the three running on the major on the motorways and and that's because the traffic lynn 3s not run in atlanta is purely because the tropics not that to tibet die in and to clear it does spread the salt of traffic's on it it it goes yavan on israeli difficult how about that and at the moment like i said to lend a out of the free on every month lewis go running and i'm like fish struggling and slightly with the high winds which are causing the drifting ants who was close and for the safety reasons for the fifty about christmas uber because you herring earlier on for one of my correspondence cdu who talked to us about the.
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"Help you find coverage options lincolnshire bojan and now the moon israel await the lights are back on again drew can kenya and now it's completely dark progressive casualty insurance company and respecting each match linde by state law there might actually be some good mosquitoes in miami that are killing off bugs that red zekra and other viruses miami dade counties mosquito control has been releasing nonbiding male mosquitoes infected with a naturally occurring bacteria and they'll make with wild female mosquitoes the bacteria are not harmful to humans but they will prevent any mosquito offspring from surviving to adulthood during a sixmonth field trial approved by the epa more than half a billion of the mosquitoes bread by mosquito mate will be released in a suburban neighborhood near the university of miami for now it's just a test in the lab mosquitoes won't replaced now led the pesticide sprayed from airplanes during the 2016 zico outbreak north korean athletes have reportedly refused to take free samsung phones given to athletes at the pyong chang winter games yonhap news agencies as the north koreans rejected the offer to use the samsung galaxy note eight phone during the games and return it upon their departure the phones created a dilemma for the pyongyang organizing committee which considered whether giving them to the twenty two north korean athletes would violate united nations sanctions that ban trading luxury products with north korea the international olympic committee advised that the north koreans could use the gadgets during their stay in the south the flow numbers in the united states are bad and getting worse this season is now as bad as the swine flu epidemic nine years ago one of every thirteen visits to the doctor last week was four fever cough and other symptoms of the flu that ties the highest level seen in the us and swine flu in two thousand nine and it's more than every flu season since two thousand three when the government changed the way it measures the flu this season started out early and it's been driven by a nasty type of flu the tends to put more people in the hospital and caused more deaths than other more common flew bugs but it's longlasting intensity has surprised experts who are still sorting out why it's been so bad flu usually peaks in february let me new simply summers eat them in in wash different it's simple seriously that the answer it made was simple ingredient ingredients that help stop older and help.
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"The traffic chicago app approve oof by team hochberg at perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago susan burqas wgn traffic central flooding is still happening this morning especially along that has blamed river it's such a break a record high level not seen since the flood of 1980 six in lincoln lincolnshire rivers already broken records dow at sixteen point five feet the old wreck it was 2013 said in six two at sixteen point three set in 2013 through the river could rise another full foot before it crests residents of libertyville are trying to dry out their homes are for almost eight inches of rain fell yesterday lake county storm water management commission member mike quarter has sir said were hoping that to there our forecast is on a curative and others show the river crushed senior record stages all through the county and world group barely fall doesn't happen all of maintaining the status quo lake county illinois has declared a state of emergency because of all of the flooding six wedged grade america theme park in gurney will reopen today after it was shut down because of flooding yesterday today floodwaters threatened residents and business owners along the banks of the displaying river in gurney jack line in his with the villa luckily and unfortunately we've been through flooding before so were pretty well versed in how to deal with it northwestern madison says power has been restored of lake forest hospital while only the outage earlier in the day yesterday but it will remain closed today to clinical operations nearly seventy patients had to be transported to other hospitals chicagobased nonprofit organization as water dig rewarded grants to entities that work on world war one monuments in memorials in illinois landmarks illinois has announced that the city roar and the second indian had division association will receive a grant of were plans to use.